Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Israeli puppet George W. Bush promised early in the year 2000 that,
"The Armenians were subjected to a genocidal campaign that defies comprehension and commands all decent people to remember and acknowledge the facts and lessons of an awful crime in a century of bloody crimes against humanity. If elected president, I would ensure that our nation properly recognizes the tragic suffering of the Armenian people."—George W. Bush, while campaigning for President of the United States of America on 19 February 2000, as quoted by Wolf Blitzer, CNN.
While the Armenian Genocide Resolution was before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on 10 October 2007, President Bush used his bully pulpit to demand that Congress not recognize the Armenian genocide. What, other than my book The Jewish Genocide of Armenian Christians, has changed about the history of the Armenian genocide? Did my book make it more difficult for Jewry to vilify Moslems with the history of the Armenian genocide? Are they troubled that I am exposing their Jewish crimes against the human race?